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We have over 50 years' experience in the fleet management of company cars in the private and public sectors.

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  • Public Sector Specialists

    With over 30 years’ experience in public sector fleet management, we help deliver front-line public services efficiently.

  • Whole Life Costs

    The cost of a fleet isn't just about the monthly payments, our Whole Life Cost analysis allows you to calculate the real cost of a fleet.

  • Fleet Management

    Retain ownership of your fleet while letting us manage the day to day running of your fleet, creating a comprehensive fleet solution.

  • Fuel Cards

    With fuel being one of the most costly parts of running a fleet, fuel management is essential to a sustainable business fleet strategy.

  • Mileage Capture

    Track driver mileage using our powerful mileage capture application, enabling drivers to update mileage instantly after a journey.

  • Optimizer

    The salary exchange scheme that rewards employees and aid staff retention, without adding to business costs.

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Locations throughout the UK

We have the scale and the coverage to deliver a truly nationwide vehicle management service.

Nevertheless, we recognise the importance of local knowledge. That's why we also have regional Business Centres across the UK. So, wherever you are, ACVM is closer than you may think.

ACVM Carbon Calculator

Carbon Calculator

Our Carbon Calculator is a simple ready-reckoner that helps a business estimate the amount of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) generated by the vehicle fleet every year.

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ACVM BIK Calculator

Benefit in Kind Calculator

If you’re a company car driver, our BIK Calculator will help you work out how much Benefit in Kind tax you’ll pay each year for the car and any free fuel you receive.

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